Bobbii Rucker was born in Los Angeles, California. He started music at the age of 15. He began to take it more serious at 17. He was first inspired at his high school, Crenshaw High. He recorded his first song in Orange County, California with a West Coast producer name Rythme D. He joined a group called BLOK FAM then later formed a group with long time friend, "Young Easy", called YOUNG KANNONZ. We now reside in Las Vegas where we have recruited artist such as Bbeezy, Fresh, Slim, Mickey Munday, and Maine Macc. Together to make a group a talented individuals that always think outside the box. We are grinding out here doing 4 to 6 shows a week. We are currently unsigned artists looking for management and a recording contract. You can reach him at Fantasy_Mac2004@yahoo.com or BJovi@live.com.
WHAT UP FAM?!
JUST WANTED TO SWING THRU TO SAY WHATS GOOD AND THANK YOU FOR THE ADD PERSONALLY...
IF YOU GET A CHANCE, COME BY AND RETURN THE LOVE BUT EITHER WAY IT'S ALL RESPECT AND DON'T BE A STRANGER!!!... 1.
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"Yall n1ggaz still knockin religion? Rap culture is a religion/cult. Follow it too closely and u will end up like all the other MFs.
As for this MF craig mack- He a fool. N1gga could atleast find a black church."
Anderson .Paak appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night with T.I. to perform live the new version of "Come Down" song off his Malibu LP.A few hours after they recorded this performance at 30 Rock, gunfire shut down T.I.'s concert at Irving Plaza a mile and half at Irvin Plaza. Troy Ave was…See More
"This n1gga must be high out his mind to even mention this sht. If said deal went down, the contract split would be 90/10 for drake.
Im sure theyd accept as these MFs are drugged out washed up.
Why do these rappers only limit themselves to fuccin…"
"Big up`s on the victory Breezy, after seeing this s pic of her Tia look about 40 years old. If she don`t start using condoms on all those side dudes, that penis lip will only get worse. Lipstick won`t cover it up!"
Brooklyn Lyricist Shah Cypha puts his all into a mixtape that describes life from his neighborhood. Properly titled "Heart of Brooklyn" he uses witty lyrics combined with strong beats to put you in his shoes.From story telling, to street bangers, to living the fast life, He doesn't just explains being from Brooklyn he explains being from the "Heart of Brooklyn".DOWNLOAD HERESee More